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Jonathan E. Mossberg

President and Chief Executive Officer

iGun Technology Corp

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Vice President

The Gottesman Company


Chief Executive Officer

Mossberg Group


Senior Business Broker

Basso Associates LLC


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Is America Finally Ready for Smart Guns? - Route Fifty

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Jonathan Mossberg, whose iGun Technology Corp. is working to develop a "smart gun," demonstrates the firearm, in Daytona Beach, Fla.
Jonathan Mossberg, whose iGun Technology Corp. is working to develop a "smart gun," demonstrates the firearm, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Jonathan Mossberg, whose iGun Technology Corp. is working to develop a "smart gun," demonstrates the firearm, in Daytona Beach, Fla. Jonathan Mossberg has already made a smart gun-a shotgun that can only be discharged by someone wearing a ring that communicates with a chip inside the weapon, unlocking it. Mossberg said he's ready to put his technology into a handgun, but lacks the money needed to develop it. He estimates he will need $5 million to build 25 to 30 handguns for testing. Another $15 million could launch him into full production. The iGun's chip technology only works within centimeters and makes it impossible for anyone other than the person wearing the ring to fire it. It is more reliable than fingerprint identification, which has been tested by other gun manufactures, Mossberg said. "You don't need to think. You don't need to whisper into it, 'Rumpelstilskin' or 'Open Sesame,' " Mossberg said. Mossberg, the gunmaker, said he doesn't want his products to be mandated either, which is exactly what many say a 2002 New Jersey law does. "I'm first an American, second a businessman," Mossberg said. Mossberg acknowledged his guns likely won't take off with police departments. He and Teret say they think the guns will have success with people who work by themselves and carry guns in public, such as air marshals, security guards and some school teachers-and who don't want their guns to get in the wrong hands.


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With Pam Bosley, Robert Farago, and Jonathan Mossberg.
Jonathan Mossberg is the president and C.E.O. of iGun Technology Corp. The iGun is billed as the "world's first personalized firearm," and the company is working to miniaturize their smart-gun technology from a shotgun into a handgun. Mossberg was previously a vice-president of the family-owned firearms manufacturing company O. F. Mossberg & Sons.


German arms maker Armatix to release second smart gun in U.S. | Computerworld

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"It was the classic example of government overstepping its boundaries, thinking it's smarter than the people -- and it had the opposite effect of what it was supposed to do," said Jonathan Mossberg, who founded iGun Technology Corp. and created its iGun smart gun.
I don't need a smart gun to go bird hunting," Mossberg said, explaining that smart gun technology does not fit every need.


President Obama Outlines Program To Boost Smart Gun Development | Inc.com

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One grant recipient was Jonathan Mossberg, formerly vice president at his family's firearm company, Mossberg & Sons.
He is now the developer of the iGun, a shotgun that only fires if the shooter is wearing an RFID ring.


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Jonathan Mossberg, whose iGun Technology Corp. is working to develop a
Jonathan Mossberg, whose iGun Technology Corp. is working to develop a "smart gun," poses with the firearm, in Daytona Beach, Fla. (Photo: Lisa Marie Pane)


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